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Westerly Konsort

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Westerly Marine, Hampshire

The Westerly Konsort remains one of the most popular Westerly designs, offering a great deal of interior space for a 29 foot hull. The most common boats are bilge-keelers, though fin keel versions and a very few lift-leel boats were also built. A good Konsort now gives a very capable and quite spacious boat for not that much money.


28' 10"

Sail area

513 sq ft main and genoa


25' 6"




10' 9"




5' 4" fin, 3' 3" twin keel, or 3' 6" to 6' 9" lifting keel




8,516 lbs


Bukh diesel


3,200 lbs



Keel type

Usually fin or twin bilge keels with transom-hung rudder


The Westerly Konsort was designed by Laurent Giles as a mid-sized boat between the 26 foot Centaur and the Longbow/Berwick/Pentland 31 foot range. She was introduced in 1979, and remained in production until 1992/93, with over 800 built.


The Konsort rapidly overtook the larger boats in popularity, as with 15 inches more beam she offered virtually as much space in a cheaper package. From the mid-80s however, prices increased significantly, and by 1992 the boat was selling at over £50,000, and becoming uncompetitive with cheaper imports.

Early Konsorts were fitted with Volvo engines and a fold-down saloon table on the bulkhead, but, later boats had Bukh engines and a central fixed table.

As standard, the Konsort is a stiff boat that is often regarded as slightly undercanvassed in light winds, although overall she is not slow.

Westerly Konsort
Westerly Konsort


The heads compartment has a pull-out washbasin, and shower, with hot and cold water. Opposite the heads is a large hanging locker space.

Westerly Konsort

Westerly Konsort

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Westerly Konsort
Westerly Konsort
Westerly Konsort
Westerly Konsort

The Konsort hull was also used to create the Konsort Duo, with galley and dinette in the raised deckhouse, and a double berth forward below. About 100 Duos were built

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